11.15.2019

Flux Capacitor TrueForm: Gold and Dusty Plasma

So we have talked that a flux capacitor is basically a supercharged and straightforward version of a TENG (Triboelectric Nanogenerator).  In it's true form a flux capacitor would be sheets or meshes inside a high pressure flow.

Well that high pressure flow can also be a plasma *mindblown*.  This is the true form of the flux capacitor, using gold sheets or foil or mesh or nickel or copper mesh plated in gold etc.  Platinum or a platinum gold alloy would also be good.  Basically a setup very similar to modern catalytic converters.  And just like catalytic converters a flux capacitor could be in an exhaust flow.  But the trueform of the flux capacitor would be in a dusty plasma flow.  As we know hydrogen sulfide, hydrogen telluride, arsine, etc can be turned into a highly reducing (electron rich) plasma.  Introducing micro/nano dust (especially from a positive triboelectric charging material like sand) into this plasma collects electrons from the plasma onto the dust particles.  These dust particles become highly charged and when they impact a surface like gold (preferably) or another material they can deposit the electrons.  This is such a high charge it can be used in creating muons for fusion reactions, but we can also collect the charge to supercharge capacitors and batteries, or hydrolyze water to make hydrogen, etc.

Here is an example diagram.  Notice the sheets are connected in parralel instead of series, but they can also be connected in series based on my previous flux capacitor posts.





The Sheets can be something more like a honeycomb like a catalytic converter and/or using pyramid extrusions on the surface which are the most efficient triboelectric surface texture.

So our future energy will be made with Swamp Gas and Dust.  Thank you Doc Brown.

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